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Dr. David M. Levinson  [279]

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Access Across America: Transit 2016 Data

Owen, Andrew; Murphy, Brendan (2018-03-28)
These data were created as part of a study that examined the accessibility to jobs by transit in 49 of the 50 largest (by population) metropolitan areas in the United States. It is the most detailed evaluation to date of ...

Access Across America: Transit 2016

Owen, Andrew; Murphy, Brendan; Levinson, David M (Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota, 2017-11)
Accessibility is the ease and feasibility of reaching valued destinations. It can be measured for a wide array of transportation modes, to different types of destinations, and at different times of day. There are a variety ...

Justice, Exclusion, and Equity: An Analysis of 48 U.S. Metropolitan Areas

Palmateer, Chelsey; Levinson, David M (2017)
Injustice in transportation services experienced by disadvantaged demographic groups account for much of these groups’ social exclusion. Unfortunately, there is little agreement in the field about what theoretical foundation ...

The Healthiest vs. Greenest Path: Comparing the Effects of Internal and External Costs of Motor Vehicle Pollution on Route Choice

Cui, Mengying (2017)
On-road emissions, a dominant source of urban air pollution, damage human health. The 'healthiest path' and the 'greenest path' are proposed as alternative patterns of traffic route assignment to minimize the costs of ...

Accessibility-oriented development

Deboosere, Robbin; Levinson, David M; El-Geneidy, Ahmed (2017)
Municipal governments worldwide have been pursuing transit-oriented development (TOD) strategies in order to increase transit ridership, curb traffic congestion, and rejuvenate urban neighborhoods. In many cities, however, ...

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